Lawn Care

                                                                                  Fireweed—Why is it in my Yard? Fireweed is a summer annual weed that occurs in the Mid-South, appearing in late March and lasting until around the first of June.   This is an interesting weed in that our pre-emergent herbicides that we apply, do not affect...

    Ice and Snow on Mid-South Lawns—Problem or Benefit? With the freezing rain/sleet event covering the Mid-South, many may be wondering how this may be affecting our lawns and plant material.   While the fear is that a covering of snow or ice might “freeze” the grass, or...

                                                                    Unbe-LEAF-able    Don’t Leave the Leaves—Rake ‘Em, Bag ‘Em, or Mulch ‘Em       Now that most of the trees (except some pesky Oaks) have shed their leaves, it is important to understand the necessity of removing them in order to help maintain a healthy lawn.  ...